Ashdod, Kfar Saba, Kiryat Ono ‘greenest cities’

December 5, 2012 23:17


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Ashdod, Kfar Saba and Kiryat Ono have jointly received the titles of the most beautiful and greenest cities in Israel for the year 2012, the Tel Aviv-based organization Council for a Beautiful Israel announced on Wednesday evening.

The cities were the winners of the contest in its 19th year, and joining them in the victory were the Upper Galilee Regional Council and the community Kvutzat Yavne, as representatives of the greenest rural areas.

All in all, approximately 120 cities and communities entered into this year’s competition, which evaluated sustainability of urban infrastructures and quality of life, according to the Council for a Beautiful Israel.

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